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[texts]NBS frequency-time broadcast station WWV, Fort Collins, CO (Volume NBS Technical Note 611) - Viezbicke, Peter P.

Keywords: Radio--Transmitters and transmission
Downloads: 67
[texts]Application of VLF theory to time dissemination (Volume NBS Technical Note 610) - Hamilton, W. F.; Jespersen, J. L.

Keywords: Radio--Transmitters and transmission
Downloads: 64
[texts]Prediction of the cumulative distribution with time of ground wave and tropospheric wave transmission loss / by P.L. Rice, A.G. Longley and K.A. Norton. (Volume NBS Technical Note 15) - Rice, P. L. (Patricia L.)

Keywords: Radio waves; Radio--Transmitters and transmission
Downloads: 131
[texts]Technical considerations leading to an optimum allocation of radio frequencies in the band 25 to 60 Mc. (Volume NBS Technical Note 13) - Norton, Kenneth Alva, 1907-

Keywords: Radio--Transmitters and transmission; Radio frequency allocation
Downloads: 74
[texts]Historical survey of fading at medium and high radio frequencies (Volume NBS Technical Note 133) - Salaman, Roger K.

Keywords: Radio frequency; Radio--Transmitters and transmission--Fading
Downloads: 58
[texts]Transmission loss in radio propagation / II. (Volume NBS Technical Note 12) - Norton, Kenneth Alva, 1907-

Keywords: Radio waves; Radio--Transmitters and transmission
Downloads: 172
[texts]Phase and amplitude diversity in over-water transmissions at two microwave frequencies (Volume NBS Technical Note 307) - Janes, H. B.; Kirkpatrick, A. W.; Waters, D. M.; Smith, D.
Propagation measurements at 9.4 and 9.2 Gc/s were made over a 47 km, line-of-sight, over-water path at Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas.The purpose was to study the signal amplitude and phase variations at the two frequencies, and in particular, the variat
Keywords: Shortwave radio--Transmitters and transmission; Tropospheric radio wave propagation
Downloads: 66
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